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Music on the menu at St Peter’s Church, Sheringham

PUBLISHED: 11:23 16 November 2017 | UPDATED: 17:57 16 November 2017

Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society musical director David Ballard. The group has teamed up with North Norfolk Sinfonia to stage a concert at St Peter's Church, Sheringham. Photo: KAREN BETHELL

Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society musical director David Ballard. The group has teamed up with North Norfolk Sinfonia to stage a concert at St Peter's Church, Sheringham. Photo: KAREN BETHELL

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Two north Norfolk music groups will be joining forces next week, for a concert at St Peter’s Church, Sheringham, featuring music ranging from Mozart to Medelsshon.

Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society members in rehearsals. The group has teamed up with North Norfolk Sinfonia to stage a concert at St Peter's Church, Sheringham. Photo: KAREN BETHELLSheringham and Cromer Choral Society members in rehearsals. The group has teamed up with North Norfolk Sinfonia to stage a concert at St Peter's Church, Sheringham. Photo: KAREN BETHELL

Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society musical director David Ballard and his North Norfolk Sinfonia counterpart Keith Hobday have been putting the two groups through their paces in preparation for the event, which will feature Mendelsshon’s Symphony No 2, as well as a line-up of soloists including soprano Lisa Cassidy, tenor William Falconer and mezzo soprano Charli Andrews.

Choral society member Bob Cumber said: “Alongside this we are performing some other splendid and rousing music by Mozart and Haydn so this will be a real showcase of local talent.”

The concert is at St Peter’s Church, Sheringham, from 7.30pm on November 25. Tickets, priced £12 (£15 on the door, under 18s free), are available from Sheringham Little Theatre box office on 01263 822347.


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